Here is the yarn I got yesterday from The Memory Tree and Yarn Branch. It is all soooo yummy, I can't wait to knit with it.
First up, this beautiful lace weight from Grignasco Knits, Merinosilk 25. I typically do not go for green at all, but this pastel was irresistible!
|I am going to have to go through my Walker Treasury books to find something to do this yarn justice.|
Next - I have some angora yarn in my stash, however it all has a bit of nylon as well. This Angora from Plymouth is 100% angora; I have searched and searched for a 100% angora and have never found it. Until yesterday! Let me tell you, it is nothing short of exquisite!
|No better place for this yarn than right next to you. I plan on using this for a cowl.|
Here is some super squishy yarn from Plymouth, which I have only ever found online. I couldn't resist buying this yesterday when I felt it. Mushishi!
|This wonderful yarn is most likely going to be a shawl. I do love my shawls! The only hard part will be deciding whether or not to work it top down or bottom up.|
Next, some more Plymouth yarn. This is Taria Tweed, which I have never seen before, so thought I would give it a try.
|I think this is going to make another lovely shawl for me.|
And finally, Lustra from Berroco. This is very much like the Mulberry Silk I purchased at a knitting and crochet festival last year. It is soft, smooth, smooshy and wonderful!
|This will probably turn into a cowl. I know it will be so soft and silky, and great for wearing next to the skin. Yummy!|